"ALL MY CHILDREN" AND "ONE LIFE TO LIVE" COULD FINALLY BE HEADED ONLINE: Over a year after the sad news was announced that plans to bring "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" back to life online had been abandoned, production company Prospect Park is again working to make their dream a reality. Agreements have now been made with unions representing actors and directors, and talks are under way with cast members from both shows. A big piece of good news that can only help this development has been the rating gains over the past year of the four remaining televised daytime soaps. It is hoped production will begin in the first quarter of 2013.

Starting Friday, Jan. 11, through Wednesday, Jan. 16, viewers can vote for their favorite "General Hospital" super couples, with the top five vote-getters to be featured on SoapNet's "GH Valentine's Day Supercouple Marathon," airing Sunday, Feb. 10. Voting takes place on the network's Facebook page, at http://www.facebook.com/SoapNet.

Veteran daytime actor Mark Pinter joins "Young and Restless" as Congressman Marcus Wheeler beginning Thursday, Jan. 10. Pinter most recently portrayed Agent Rayner on "General Hospital," and also held featured roles on "As The World Turns," "All My Children" and "Another World."

Season one of the new "Dallas" releases on DVD Tuesday, Jan. 8. The collection includes all 10 episodes of the show, as well as special features, including the cast discussing the appeal of the Ewing family and a look back at memorable moments from the original series.

(E-mail Toby Goldstein at nymodette@yahoo.com.)